Are you a clean eater, may seem like an odd question unless you realize that the latest fad in the diet industry is eating clean. So what makes up a clean eater and what are the rules used to know that you are eating clean?
Over at ehow.com they give a few tips and rules for eating clean.
Are You A Clean Eater?
Eat six small meals a day: breakfast, lunch, dinner and three snacks. Try to eat every few hours to curb hunger and promote a higher metabolism.
Choose whole grains and complex carbohydrates to give you more energy and keep you feeling fuller longer. Remember that whole wheat is not necessarily whole grain. Look for breads, rice and pasta that are not just brown, but also made with 100% whole grains. One serving is about the size of your closed fist.
Leave calorie-filled, non-nutritional “junk food” at the grocery store. If you buy fresh foods, you will eat fresh foods.
Eat as many fruits and vegetables as you want. Try to add one serving, about a handful, of each per meal. Fruits also make great snacks because they are full of natural sugar and can help fight those afternoon sugar cravings.
Eat lean meats, chicken and fish whenever possible, staying away from processed and fatty meats. This will give you much needed protein with little fat. One serving is about the size of you palm.
What does it do for you and does it help you lose weight, get healthy and have vitality?
Well what it does for you is all of the above and it does it in a healthy and natural way. It is slow, steady and very beneficial for you. You move towards your idea weight at a very steady past and your vitality, energy and how you feel improves very rapidly.
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